Research

Preventing Preterm Birth - Cervical Length Monitoring

By Elizabeth Frankowski
March 23, 2016

Can Cervical LENGTH Monitoring And Treatment Affect Prematurity Rate? Authors: M Terrani, F Gonzales, B Petrikovsky, A Dillon Institutions: Ocean Perinatology, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center Objective: Prematurity remains a major contributor to perinatal morbidity and mortality. In 2007 the Institute of Medicine reported that the annual costs associated with preterm births exceed $26 billion. In ... read more


Pregnancy Outcomes and Cervical Cerclage Placement

By Elizabeth Frankowski
March 23, 2016

Cervical Cerclage Petrikovsky, M.D., PhD*, M. Terrani, M.D.**, F. Gonzales, M.D.**, A. Dillon, RDMS** Fetal Research Fund*, Ocean Perinanology**, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center* Introduction: The efficacy of cerclage to treat cervical incompetence had been a subject of controversy. The majority of studies fail to address the importance of the location of cerclage placement for pregnancy outcomes. ... read more


Weekly Antepartum Testing

By Elizabeth Frankowski
March 21, 2016

Can weekly antepartum testing decrease near term and term stillbirth? Terrani, MD, F. Gonzales, MD, J. Korman, MD, A. Dillon, RNMS Garden obstetrics and gynecology, New York, NY Introduction: In industrialized countries, there is an expectation that every pregnancy will end with the birth of a healthy child. Yet, one fetus out of 200 is ... read more


Diabetes in Pregnancy

By Team Sundance
November 25, 2015

by Dr Frederick Gonzalez The mainstay of the medical management of diabetes involves frequent monitoring of blood glucose levels with adjustment of diet and insulin therapy to achieve normoglycemia. Normoglycemia is important because maintenance of maternal blood glucose concentration at or near normoglycemic levels decreases the likelihood of adverse pregnancy outcomes, such as miscarriage, congenital ... read more


An Easy Guide to HPV

By Team Sundance
November 25, 2015

by Dr Maria Culotta What is HPV? Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a very common infection that infects the genital and anal skin. There are more than 100 different kinds of HPV, which can be categorized as Low Risk HPV or High Risk HPV. Low Risk HPV can cause genital warts. High risk HPV increases your ... read more


Prematurity Prevention Conference 2015

By Team Sundance
November 24, 2015

Garden OB/GYN is pleased to have attended the 2015 Prematurity Prevention Conference. We are proud to announce that we were accepted to present at this conferences’ poster session. Our poster was directly related to our practice success in reducing preterm birth. The title of our poster was, “ Routine Cervical Length Screening Reduces the Incidence ... read more


Welcome!

By wpengine
June 11, 2015

Welcome to our blog! Within this regularly updated feature of our website, we will provide visitors with practice news and specials, as well as information regarding the most recent technological advances and new treatments in Obstetrics & Gynecology. We believe that patient education and open communication with your doctor are the keys to achieving healthy, ... read more